Sightsavers Calls for Disabled Rights

Approximately more than 1.5 billion people around the globe live with a disability. More than 75 % of them dwell in third world countries where there is rare awareness of how to deal with the disability condition. These people face different challenges each and every day. For instance, they are denied the opportunity to get a good education and well-paying job opportunities.

 

The worldwide disability summit which more than eight hundred delegates participated from all over the world geared to educate people on matters to do with disability and other challenges the disabled are facing each day. Before the summit was held, the leadership of the international organizations from the United Kingdom signed a letter to express optimism and hope towards the summit objectives.

 

Despite many talks for decades regarding the challenges the disabled group face, and great commitments in dealing with these challenges, these laws have not been enforced nor implemented.

 

One of the summits which were held in London which was organized to discuss four themes was geared at dedicating worldwide efforts towards:

 

  • Respect and Dignity for all people regardless of race and physical challenges
  • All inclusive education
  • Advanced technology and innovation
  • Economic empowerment

 

In the summit, Sightsavers outlined its own mission and vision of the things it wished to see them accomplished at that summit. It expresses the need for all the people who were in attendant to make commitments on how they were going to include the disabled in their objectives. It encouraged accountability and transparency on matters to do with commitments that were made during the summit. During the summit, Sightsavers with other worldwide partners succeeded in achieving the set goals.

 

During the summit, many signatories were for the idea of commitment to change. They signed and supported the idea of equity and inclusivity among the people living with disabilities

 

In conclusion, Sightsavers was at the forefront in advocating for change, equity and inclusion for people living with a disability. The commitments that were made during the summit were corresponding with the Sightsavers efforts for a long period of time. For the last few decades, Sightsavers have been supporting the United Kingdom government in playing a key role in advocating for worldwide inclusivity for the disabled.

 

 

 

https://reliefweb.int/organization/sightsavers

Bob Reina Loves Hearing Success Stories From People Talk Fusion Has Helped

The only thing more rewarding than taking a risk that ultimately leads to you becoming successful in business is also providing a similar opportunity to others to follow that same path. That’s what Bob Reina, founder of Talk Fusion is excited about with his work. Reina explained in an interview with Inspirery that the stories of those who had found success in business as Talk Fusion associates were what was most important to Reina, and he likes to hear how he can improve his company even more to help them. Reina started this company because he loves using video to chat or to have a story produced, but he also loves giving to others and he’s made Talk Fusion as much about philanthropy as it is business.

 

Reina also told Inspirery that he went into direct selling for video marketing because while he enjoyed some things about being a police officer, he never felt he was at his full potential to help others with a tight schedule and limited paycheck. His entering the direct selling industry had its own set of mishaps and times when the paycheck was meager, but when the idea for Talk Fusion came to him it became immensely popular with everyone he showed it to. The company started out as simply email video software marketing, but it’s since included newsletters, presentations, conferencing and signup form software.Learn more : https://www.facebook.com/TalkFusion/videos/2963037773434/

 

Talk Fusion’s products are sold by associates who refer customers to them and earn commission on each sale they make. Associates can be eligible for rewards by meeting sales volumes and exceeding referral numbers. They can also participate in a giving program that allows them to give a Talk Fusion account to a charity of their choosing. Reina started this program because he’s active in the Tampa community volunteering at animal shelters and food banks. He also has sponsored orphans at various children’s homes across the world and has given to earthquake victims. Reina also writes columns from time to time about the impact of video advertising and storytelling at publications like the Huffington Post, and he recently returned to MarTech Advisor.